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IMBRUVICA® IN chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL): experience you can rely on1-5

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Count on first-line efficacy

with 8 out of 10 patients alive and progression-free at 2 years1*

Data from 17.3 months' (11.9-25.6) median duration on ibrutinib (n=84) were presented at ASH 2020, reinforcing IMBRUVICA®'s use at first-line in routine practice in patients with high-risk CLL.1

84.5%

estimated Progression-Free Survival (PFS) at 24 months1

Low TREATMENT discontinuation RATE

and a well-established tolerability profile.1

4.76%

discontinued due to toxicity1*


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Biggest IMBRUVICA® RWE study to date:

Longer times to next treatment

vs chemoimmunotherapy regardless of cytogenetic abnormalities2†

ASH 2020 also saw IMBRUVICA® continue to lead in generating real-world evidence (RWE) for targeted therapies. In the biggest RWE study to date (n=516) comparing outcomes in high-risk CLL patients on first-line IMBRUVICA® vs chemoimmunotherapy (CIT), patients were:2

54%

less likely to start a new treatment vs CIT (P<0.01)

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Sustained efficacy in high-risk patients with TP53 aberrations

First-line chemoimmunotherapy is associated with a poor prognosis in patients with the del(17p) or TP53 mutation. In a four-year (48 months) follow up study (n=89), first-line IMBRUVICA® took strides to overcome the challenge facing this high-risk population.

Chemoimmunotherapy at three years in patients with del(17p) (n=51):6

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In a phase III study, at three years with chemoimmunotherapy (fludarabine, cyclophosphamide, and rituximab)6


First-line IMBRUVICA® at four years in patients with del(17p) or the TP53 mutation (n=89):3
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In a cross-trial comparison of a pooled analysis across 4 clinical trials, involving a mix of physically fit and unfit patients with a pooled median age of 65 years3

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experience you can rely on:

Longest follow-up of any targeted agent in CLL with up to 79 months’ follow-up (n=498), confirming extended PFS with IMBRUVICA®-based treatment in patients with or without high-risk genomic features4II

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PFS at 42 months with IMBRUVICA®-based treatment

PFS rates were significantly higher with IMBRUVICA®-based treatment compared to chlorambucil-based treatment across high-risk genomic subgroups(95% CI: 0.14-0.25)

PFS at 42 months with chlorambucil-based treatment

Take control with IMBRUVICA®

  • Choose once-daily IMBRUVICA® and challenge the need for chemotherapy7-13
  • Unsurpassed long-term survival for patients with B-cell malignancies14-19
  • Patients can rely on the well-established long-term tolerability of IMBRUVICA®7,14-16,20,21
  • Experience and trust for patients with B-cell malignancies7-9,17,20,22-29

Only IMBRUVICA® is backed by the experience and evidence that comes with treating over 200,000 patients in multiple indications (CLL, R/R MCL, WM) with up to 8 years of follow-up in clinical trials and in the real world4,19,30-32

* An observational, retrospective study describing the clinical outcomes of patients with treatment-naive CLL receiving IMBRUVICA® as first-line treatment (n=84) in routine clinical practice in Spain. 91.7% of patients had at least 1 high risk molecular cytogenetic factor (uIGHV, TP53 abnormalities, del11q or complex karyotype). The median duration of exposure to IMBRUVICA® was 17.3 (11.9-25.6) months. Dose reduction of IMBRUVICA® occurred in 17/84 (20.2%) patients, 8/84 (9.52%) due to toxicity (4 haematologic toxicity and 4 non-haematologic toxicity). 27/84 (32.1%) patients had temporary interruption of treatment. 49/84 (58.3%) patients developed at least one adverse event.1

† Study describing treatment patterns and time to next treatment in high risk and non-high risk patients with CLL receiving IMBRUVICA® or CIT as 1L therapy. Medical records were abstracted for adult high risk and non-high risk CLL patients from 40 US clinical practices (68% community; 32% academic), who initiated first-line IMBRUVICA® or CIT between 14th Febuary 2014 – 31st December 2016. Cytogenetic abnormalities (high risk) were defined as having one or more of the following prior to 1L initiation: del(17p), del(11q), TP53 mutation, unmutated IGHV, or complex karyotype. No significant differences were noted in time to next treatment between high risk and non-high risk IMBRUVICA® groups (p=0.06).2

‡ Median duration of first-line HR IMBRUVICA® was 28.6 (1-58.1) months vs 1L HR CI 5.5 (0.5-38.4).2

§ Data for first-line IMBRUVICA® treatment in patients with TP53 aberrations were pooled across 4 clinical trials in CLL/SLL: PCYC-1122e (n=34), PCYC-1130 (n=18), ECOG1912 (n=26), and RESONATE-2 (n=11). Long-term PFS (assessed by investigator), OS, and safety are reported.3

II This integrated analysis of patients undergoing first-line IMBRUVICA® treatment, with up to 79 months' follow-up. This analysis across two phase III studies demonstrated the efficacy of first-line IMBRUVICA® irrespective of cytogenetic and mutational risk features, including those with unmutated IGHV, NOTCH1 mutation, and those with the highest risk classification of del(17p)/TP53 mutation/BIRC3 mutation. In RESONATE-2, patients aged ≥65 years without del(17p) were randomised to IMBRUVICA® or chlorambucil. In iLLUMINATE, patients aged ≥65 years, or <65 years with coexisting conditions or del(17p)/TP53 mutation, were randomised to IMBRUVICA®-obinutuzumab or chlorambucil-obinutuzumab.4

IMBRUVICA® as a single agent or in combination with rituximab or obinutuzumab is indicated for the treatment of adult patients with previously untreated chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL).5

¶ TPh3, SF3B1, IGHV, BIRC3, SF3B1, NOTCH1 and XPO1.

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